Picture This! Entertainment | Release Date: October 7, 2005
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Generally favorable reviews based on 15 Ratings
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DavidJan 23, 2006
An outstanding portrayal of two youths whose unspoken bond is steeped in grappling with new understanding of the word around them. Featuring lush cinematography and flawlessly acted, Before The Fall is a definite "must see"!
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PhilipJ.May 15, 2006
The story of these two boys making a stand against the hideous nazi germany is one of the most emotional and inspiring films i've ever seen. experience it and believe it.
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ConradS.Jun 14, 2006
Engaging with excellent performances. Max Riemelt is particularly good. If the whole film was just a bit more subtle, it would've been truly outstanding.
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[Anonymous]Feb 7, 2006
This an outstanding film that builds slowly to an emotional, but not sentimental, climax. It's a movie about Nazi Germany that employs the effective elements of Dead Poets Society minus the treacly Robin Williams stuff. It's also This an outstanding film that builds slowly to an emotional, but not sentimental, climax. It's a movie about Nazi Germany that employs the effective elements of Dead Poets Society minus the treacly Robin Williams stuff. It's also interesting as a boxing film. Highly recommended. Expand
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JimG.Jun 25, 2006
Interesting if uneven drama about awakening to disillusionment.
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BenK.Jan 16, 2006
Efficient, well-made film but covers no new ground. Imagine Conroy's "the Lord's of Discipline" set during Nazi Germany and you have a sense of the film's scope.
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TomSchusterApr 28, 2006
An overwhelming film for the viewer that is historically particular but also timeless in it's message. Societies that crush the most sensitive of their people are doomed to consume themselves by their barbarism.
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